Sydney’s Oxford Hotel in Darlinghurst is up for sale under instructions from the receiver and managers.

The venue was owned by the Landmark Leisure Group (LLG), which was placed into receivership in June last year.

At the time Oxford Hotel co-owner Tony Woodward placed blame for the group’s financial plight squarely on the 2am lockout laws that were introduced at the end of 2008.

The Oxford Hotel offers a huge rooftop billboard signage rental income, 23 pokies (includes two permits) and a 24-hour approved licence.

The venue is located on Sydney’s famous Oxford Street, with expressions of interest closing April 13.


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